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For many of us, workwear is our personal style. However, that doesn’t mean it has to drab and colourless. Check out our favourite workwear pieces to help add an element of fun and style in the office.

The Blazer

As we enter the Spring months, add colour to your workwear outfits with bright tones such as this red blazer from H&M. To keep a professional look, pair it with a crisp, white blazer and well-fitted black trousers. If you want to add a touch of Chanel to workwear, invest in our chosen River Island blazer with iron-on roses – keeping your outfit very on-trend.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Blouse

This season, forget your standard blouse. Stand out in the office with our favourite picks from the top high-street retailers.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Trouser

Check is in! Go for an all check coordinates to stand out in the office or for a more understated look keep it to your pant. Add colour into your workwear with our choice of New Look trouser with burgundy and navy check print.

The Skirt

These skirts from Asos and M&S are perfect for those who are tired of the usual solid black pencil skirt. Pair with a plain cashmere jumper or blouse for a professional, yet stylish look. And for those who repel print and colour, spice your skirt up by adding an embellishment or frill like our chosen New Look skirt.

The Dress

The trend of the moment; the wrap dress. Both versatile and figure-flattering, the wrap dress is the must-have of the season. Depending on your style, choose a solid colour for a classic look or print for a more stand-out look.

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Shoe

For those who adore loafers but want to add a bit of height, these M&S heels are the perfect choice, and with a 2.5-inch heel, you can bring comfort and style to the office. Our choice of River Island shoes are a great for those who want a stylish, but practical shoe. Also with the cooler weather sticking around, these Zara boots will keep you warm in style and compliment any black pant perfectly.

Additional text: Ryan O’Neill

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